China making `Flying car` with magnetic technology
were either dreamed of or imagined in movies, but now the dream has become a reality. This car is not limited to science fiction or “animation” movies, but China is quickly experimenting with such magnetic flying cars in the real sense.
now flying cars were either dreamed of or imagined in movies, but now China has turned the dream into reality. This car is not limited to science fiction or “animation” movies, but China is quickly experimenting with such magnetic flying cars in the real sense.
Last week, Chinese researchers at Southwest Jiaotong University in Chengdu, Sichuan province conducted road tests of modified cars that use magnetic force to rise about 35 mm on railways, according to China’s official news agency Xinhua.
The researchers attached a powerful magnet to the sedan’s car floor, allowing the cars to climb nearly 5 miles of rail tracks and “CNBC” of “al-Arabia.net.” According to the report seen, a total of 8 cars were tested, one of them being 143 mph or 240 km/h.
A video posted on Twitter by a Chinese journalist shows cars floating on the track. While Xinhua News Agency said the tests were conducted by state transport authorities to study safety measures for high-speed driving, Deng Zhigeng, who is one of the university’s professors. The use of magnetic levitation passenger cars has the potential to reduce energy consumption and increase the vehicle’s range, the official news agency said.
It’s happened. Some of this could solve one of the electric car industry’s biggest problems with “range” – electric car owners fear they won’t be able to complete their journey due to running out of power. Is
Since the 1930s some commercial trains have used 1980 levitation, or “maglev”. This involves electrifying the field to propel or tow vehicles at high speeds. Maglev f is used today by China, Japan and South Korea. Last year, China launched a version of the Qingmeglio bullet train in the city of Shandong province that can reach speeds of more than 373 miles per hour, or 620 kilometers per hour. Joe
Maglev technology allows it to travel at high speeds without using as much power as a conventional engine due to the lack of friction. The technology has been proposed by billionaire Elon Musk’s subsidiary The Boring and British venture capitalist Richard Branson’s Virgin Hyperloop One for hyperloop projects. Researchers have been exploring the potential for more than a decade.
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